Asked about the state of Libya after the US-led intervention to liberate the country and bring prosperity and human rights, Professor Yehoudit Ronen, a Libya expert at Bar-Ilan University in Tel Aviv, had this to say:
“The post-Gaddafi Libya is a chaotic and violent state without political stabilization, without internal security for its people, without security on its borders.”
Asked who runs Libya these days, after the West’s favorite tyrant Gaddafi has been sodomized and murdered by NATO allies, he replied:
“I would say…the armed militia. They have the last word, and the ruling institutions are helpless.”
But surely the NATO intervention has brought about the great economic advantages promised to the liberated people?
Professor Ronen: Libya “desperately needs foreign capital…to recover and rehabilitate its ruined systems.”
Heckuva job there, Obama! Keep listening to the boy genius Ben Rhodes! On to Syria!
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